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Frequently Asked Questions
What Can go Wrong, and What Risk...
- Damage/Loss to the cargo due to vessel capsizing, sinking, grounding or damage due to water
- Fire/ Explosion on a Vessel
- Explosion/Fire or Collision of Vessels
- War, Terrorism, Strike, Civil Commotion, Piracy
- Natural Causes
- Human Factors: Incorrect Packing, Loading and Unloading, Stowage, Cheap Labour, Master and Crew Error
What is Sum Insured?
Sum insured is the total value of the goods including freight, taxes and any other port handling charges. It is the maximum amount that is payable in the event of a total loss of the insured cargo. The sum insured comprises of the Cost of the goods either on (CIF)/FOB/C & F, Clearing charges and internal freight and Customs Duty.
What are the risks not covered u...
The general exclusions in Marine Cargo Insurance under Institute Clauses (A), (B) and (C) are:-
- Willful misconduct of the insured, ordinary leakage, loss in weight or volume
- Insufficient package
- Unseaworthiness of vessel or craft
- Inherent vice of the subject matter, i.e. loss caused by inherent vice or nature of the subject matter. For example, perishable commodities like fruits, vegetables, etc. may deteriorate without any accidental cause
- War and strikes
What are the types of covers ava...
- Institute Cargo Clause (All Risks) – ICC (A): Widest form of marine cargo insurance that covers all insurable risks unless otherwise excluded (All Risks) e.g. wilful misconduct of the insured, ordinary leakage, unseaworthiness, Inherent Vice.
- Institute Cargo Clause (B) – ICC (B): Based on a named risk basis. It provides cover for loss or damage of insured cargo attributable to vessel damages, natural cause, general loss of cargo.